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Clerkenwell Design Week 2019

Where to see TopBrewer at Clerkenwell Design Week 2019

If you are visiting Clerkenwell Design Week from 21 – 23 May, why not take the opportunity to see the TopBrewer in action, pick up some great ideas for your next project and discover the latest workspace and office furniture design trends.

Celebrating its 10th year in London’s creative heart, Clerkenwell Design Week is packed with an exciting showcase of leading UK and international brands presented in a series of showroom events, exhibitions and special installations that take place across the area.

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How to incorporate coffee culture into modern workspace design

For lots of people, the workplace and coffee go hand in hand. We start our days with a trip to the coffee machine, and use coffee breaks as a way to escape our desk and workload for a few minutes throughout the day. More than just providing a caffeine boost, the coffee machine can become a social hub for any workplace. We already know that coffee can have a range of benefits on your health, and that investing in a high quality in-house coffee experience is vital in the modern workplace, but how are interior designers and business owners adapting to this? How easy is it to integrate coffee culture into modern workplace design? And, more importantly, is it worth it?

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The Rise of Biophilic Design in the Workplace

As more companies  become aware of the fact that a well-designed workspace can have a positive impact on the employees working in it, they are devoting more time and money to designing the space that works for them. Whilst certain workplace features will be specific to each company, one growing trend is suitable for each and every firm, no matter the size, location or budget: Biophilic Design.

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5 simple ideas to engineer your workplace for next-gen employees

It’s no secret that the workplace has changed massively in recent years, and what employees expect from a workplace in 2018 is completely different to what would have been expected just 10 years ago. As the youngest generations start to graduate from university and join the working world, companies are starting to update their spaces to reflect what Generations Y and Z actually want from a workspace. It’s estimated that by 2020, almost half (46%) of the workforce will be millennials, so it’s important to start making changes or risk getting left behind.

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